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Just Williams

Ashley Williams’ diamanté-studded star is rising fast. Injected with a vibrant energy, her irresistible street logos and talking-point prints are a hit with buyers, editors and ‘It’ girls alike – and her SS16 collection makes her LFW’s girl most likely »

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Military precision

If anyone can turn a MiG fighter-pilot suit into a feminine dress, Christopher Raeburn can. His art of recycling rare military surplus – with its techie qualities and intricate patterns – into sporty pieces is an approach that has won him an army of fans »

Dynamic denim duo

Way before the term “normcore” was coined, Marques’Almeida was channelling the approach with a real, functional look and distressed denim. It’s an aesthetic that has made today’s show one of the most anticipated of the season »

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Quietly does it

1205 designer Paula Gerbase lets the clothes do the talking. And although they do not shout, her sharp tailoring in low-key hues and utilitarian shapes communicates her talking-point modern androgyny loud and clear »

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Wickstead’s world

Emilia Wickstead has taken high-society occasion dressing and turned it around with a modern, younger formula that’s made-to-measure but doesn’t cost the earth. No wonder the impeccable Duchess of Cambridge is a fan  »

Mary Katrantzou

Quite contrary

She is a woman of contradictions, who only ever wears black but is the queen of dazzling print and pattern. Yet it is not all about creating a dizzying fashion architecture, Mary Katrantzou tells The Daily; it is about dressing real women  »

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